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EvFree Fullerton

2904 North Brea Boulevard Suites 110-135

Fullerton, CA 92835

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8:00am Gathering and Registration –

8:30am Welcome– Dr. Kenneth Nehrbass, EMS SW Vice president

8:35am Morning Plenary Speaker - Michael Long, Voice of the Refugees

9:15am Dismiss to breakout sessions -

9:30am – 9:55am sessions

Rethinking Democracy, Peace, and Development in Nigeria: Facilitating a new Approach through a Public Theology of Engagement - suite 110

Chris Gankon, Ph.D. student at Biola

Contextual African Concepts for Peacebuilding in Contexts of Violence: A Panoramic Overview - suite 120

· Uchenna D. Anyanwu, Ph.D. student at Fuller SIS

Abraham Kuyper’s Perspective on the Church’s Response to Social Problems - suite 130

· Hoon Jung, Ph.D. student at Fuller Theological Seminary

The Challenge of Megachurches to Mission Theology: What Does it Mean to be "Christianly Modern"? - suite 135

· Dr. Wanjiru M. Gitau, Research Faculty, St. Thomas University, Miami, Fl.

10am – 10:25 sessions

Reimagining the way we do missions: The kingdom focused missiology, development and intended impact of data visualizations done at the Urbana 2019 Hack4missions Hackathon - suite 120

· Paul Dzubinski, Sharon Mo, Gus Lee

How did Korean Christians respond to the 2015 Nepal earthquake? - suite 130

· Dr. Hansung Kim (by skype)

Missions amid religious conflict and violence: Insights from Nigeria’s Middle Belt - suite 135

· Zachariah Chinne, PhD student at Biola

10:25am - 10:45 am break - suite 110

10:45-11:10am sessions

Theological famine and human suffering provide great opportunities for God's glory in the Global South - suite 120

· Mike Pettengill

The Imago Dei and the Missio Dei in the Regnum Dei: The Intersection of Anthropology, Soteriology, and Eschatology with Human Need- suite 130

· Chris Burnett, Faculty Associate and PhD Student, The Master's Seminary

Networked Muslims: Missiological Crises and the Reframing of How to Perceive Islam and Muslims. - suite 135

· Paulo C. Oliveira, PhD student at Fuller Theological Seminary

11:15am – 11:40am sessions

Orality, Literacy, and Digital Savvy: Three Skill Sets and Their Importance for Mission - suite 120

· Dr. Erik Aasland, Coordinator of missionary programs and affiliate assistant Professor of anthropology, Fuller School of Intercultural Studies

The Global Crisis of Unemployment in an Age of Automation and Artificial Intelligence: Missiological Implications of the Fourth Industrial Revolution - suite 130

· Daniel Topf, Regional Mobilizer | World Team; PHD Student | Fuller Theological Seminary

The Plight of Persecuted Christians in Nigeria: Implications for Africa and the Global church - suite 135

· Talatu Bonat, PhD student at Biola

11:40 - 1pm Lunch - suite 110

Lunch Plenary: Dr Daniel Nehrbass "The Global orphan crisis"

1pm-1:25pm sessions

Contextualization of the Gospel for Juche Worldview - suite 120

· Eunice Hong, Ph.D.

· Robert Holmes, Ph.D. student at Biola

Straddling the (Razor-wire Topped) Wall: How Prison Ministry Informs Mission to Tijuana in a Time of Crisis - suite 130

· Dr. Linda Barkman, Fuller

Terror Management Theory: Missiological Applications in Times of Crisis - suite 135

· Dr. David Dunaetz, associate professor at Azusa Pacific University

1:30pm – 1:55pm sessions

How One Majority World Church is receiving Migrants from Venezuela - suite 135

· Chip Lamca, M.Div. Instructor of Christian Studies at Grand Canyon University; DMIN Missions Student at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

The Eagle Vision and Building Wholist Mission- suite 130

· Dr. Mark Kreitzer, Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies, Grand Canyon University

Great Northeast Japan Earthquake and Church Multiplication - - suite 120

· Dr. Yukikazu Otomo, Sr. Pastor Shiogama Bible Baptist Church - by Skype

2pm - 2:15 Closing - Suite 120

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